Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Eldritch Wand Display

This nifty wand display comes to us from artist Diego Rodriguez.  The wand is the work of Brandon La Croix.

Monday, January 16, 2017

The Innsmouth Look

Brad Darvas Designs brings us "Charlie the Fish 'r' Man", an Innsmouth inspired latex mask.  I'd love to see it painted up in some variant schemes.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Bronze Cthulhu Sigil

Continuing on from yesterday's unusual European specimen, William Rushing brings us this curious find:
Some of you may recall my report two years ago of a carving in a cave on the coast of Ireland. After nearly a full year of excavation there has been another discovery. Buried deep at the foot of the ruined altar was a small stone box containing thirteen bronze tokens each emblazoned with the same symbol as was carved into the wall.
Those familiar with certain whispered traditions may recognize this as a stylized depiction of Cthulhu.  One shudders to think what unspeakable rites took place in that thankfully unidentified cave.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Tatzelworm

Bestiarius was lucky enough to capture this specimen of the elusive Alpine tatzelworm.  The species is one of Europe's most notable cryptids.

Friday, January 13, 2017

The Sanguine Rose

This detailed recreation of the Sanguine Rose from Skyrim comes to us from Arsynal Props.  It's the quest reward for an adventure anyone who's ever been a heavy drinker will find particularly amusing.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Glowing Soulgem

Brazen and Bold Productions brings us this casting of a glowing soulgem straight from the mold.  The resin is impregnated with glow in the dark pigment powder that emits light for hours after being exposed to bright illumination.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Book of Names

Mille Cuirs returns to our pages with this beautiful grimoire.  Surprisingly, it's actually an autograph book for use by a collector.  The hand tooled leather cover features a few signature examples embossed into the central border.